“Equity, under the corrupted new meaning, calls for government to dispense unequal treatment in order to achieve equal outcomes.”
Texas Education Conference Hosts Presentation on ‘How to Respond’ to ‘Controversies in the Classroom’
“This is the largest convening of Texas public education decision-makers.”
“Parents should be empowered to choose the best school to meet the needs of their child.”
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick released the Senate’s interim charges on Monday.
The Texas Legislature has repeatedly failed to protect parents, students, and taxpayers from liberal lobbyists at the state’s school board association.
The resolution cites 18 grievances, which include Paddie’s alleged opposition to Republican Party of Texas legislative priorities and lack of consideration of such items in the committee he chairs.
Includes a request for property tax reform and school choice, as well as bans on gender mutilation and taxpayer-funded lobbying.
Even with overwhelming bi-partisan support of ending the practice, lawmakers chose petty politics over good policy.
Not only do citizens oppose the practice, but it also failed on important issues of two of Texas’ largest cities.
The 140 days of the legislative session have concluded. What did—and did not—get accomplished?